Running oncology studies globally
PSI’s key differentiator is our ability to plan and execute complex clinical trials on time, saving our customers millions of development dollars.
As a leading oncology CRO, we have diverse experience in various classes of small molecules and biologics across a broad spectrum of cancers, including lung, breast, GI, GU, skin, leukemias, lymphomas, multiple myeloma, and MPNs. Our deep experience goes even further, including:
- Immunotherapies (including checkpoint inhibitors, cancer vaccines, CAR-T cell therapies, bispecific antibodies and cytokines)
- Radiopharmaceuticals (in diagnostic and therapeutic setting)
- Cancer supportive care medications (in cytopenias, nausea/vomiting, mucositis, fungal infections)
- Biosimilar medicines
- Early phase studies including basket/umbrella designs
• PSI works with hundreds of sites in six continents in a variety of oncological indications.
• 90% of our Project Managers and 79% of our CRAs have oncology experience.
• PSI aced multiple FDA and EMA inspections resulting in drug approvals in breast, lung, prostate, colorectal, renal, pancreatic cancers, as well as various types of supportive care.
Biosimilars in Oncology
Novel Target Therapies
PSI has an impressive track-record of managing studies of checkpoint inhibitors and other IO agents/target biologics. Increasingly breakthrough therapies are being identified earlier, and some are being approved based on a single combined phase I/II trials. More and more common is to see new target therapies being studied for multiple tumor targets, and in combination with other drugs in multiple regimens.
PSI has cultivated alliances with laboratories known for their expertise in Next Generation Sequencing as well as technology companies that specialize in Artificial Intelligence platforms for analysis of medical and genetic data, which enables recruiting subsets of ultra-rate patients sharing the same actionable target. Add those alliances to our large network of valued, global sites, and you can see an oncology CRO that is truly committed to on-time enrollment.
Valued Sites Network
PSI recognizes that site relationships play an integral role in clinical trial success. We proactively cultivate those relationships by reaching out internationally to identify and recruit an elite group of top performing sites and investigators who share our commitment to optimize access to eligible patients, decrease start-up times and administrative burden and enable multiple efficiencies which support PSI’s goal to consistently deliver high quality clinical trials on time and on budget.
Our Valued Site network includes a cadre of sites including leading academic centers, community cancer centers, private oncology practices and site networks willing to enter into pro-active business agreements and interested in pursuing a mutually beneficial multi-study relationship with PSI.
We work collaboratively with our Valued Sites to develop streamlined processes which decrease start-up timelines and promote efficiencies for our sponsors, sites, and PSI. Not only do these arrangements decrease workload, but Valued Sites also enjoy special privileges which afford investigators opportunities to participate in focus groups or provide early input on protocols or product development which serve their specific research interests. We understand the need to have products reach the market and patients quickly. Utilizing the PSI Valued Site network can help support that goal.
“PSI has been exceedingly professional and is respected by our site as a great collaborator.”
Anthony W. Tolcher, MD, FRCP, FACP
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